“The tenor voice and comedic talent of Christopher Anderson West added to the setting of the stage for the appearances of competing sopranos.”
“Dueling sopranos played by Karen Hogle Brown and Brooke deRosa finally arrive on the set as two divas being courted by an opera patron (played elegantly by Christopher Anderson-West), and things heat up.”
“Christopher Anderson-West has an ‘agent’ role in Salieri’s piece and he’s hysterical as he has to deal with a producer, diva and so much more to balance. His energy and excitement is all frustration. He also does wonderful ensemble singing with the group and really has an amazing voice as well. Watching his reactions and trying to keep up with everyone delighted the audience to no end! Wonderfully funny Christopher!”
Christopher Anderson-West (Don Jose) demonstrated solid intonation and clarity in his arias “Parle-moi de ma mere” and “La fleur que tu m’avais jetee”.
- Lauri Goldenhersh, Singerpreneur
“Playing …Alfredo, was tall, blond, handsome Christopher Anderson-West. We watched Rosalinde melt into his arms, and heard his strong tenor sing serenades of all the popular tenor arias and then some.”